Car runs like new. No hesitation, no stalling. It gets around 15/20 MPG.
I have done a lot of work on this car, but that is to be expected on car that is almost 18 years old and has well over 100,000 miles. Parts wear out. Change the normal wear items, and you will have a very reliable car.
This car is also great because it very cheap to repair, and is very easy to work on. Parts are everywhere and they are cheap.
I have known people to get 300,000 miles out of the engine and transmission. It all depends on how you take care of the car, and how you drive it.
It is too bad Detroit doesn't make a car like this anymore. This is truly the last of the traditional American full sized cars. Rear wheel drive with a big V8 and tons of room.
This thing is a freeway cruiser. I love the ride, and the way it handles. The power steering is effortless, you can turn the wheel with one finger. I miss this type of effortless handling when I drive my brand new car.
This is my wifes car, and I drive it whenever I can, as I just love the way it rides.
I have thought about selling this car, and getting a new one, but I just like it too much. I just don't want to part with it. I am actually thinking of having it repainted, and having a new vinyl top installed.